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Classical Studies  

Guide to resources for Classical Studies, including Greek and Latin.
Last Updated: Jan 25, 2013 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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This guide is a work in progress, and will grow and change as faculty and students offer commentary, feedback and suggestions for additional resources.

We hope you'll find this guide useful.  Feel free to leave comments on this guide, or email the reference librarian (see email link to the right.)


Notable Resources

Thesaurus Linguae Graecae
Call Number: PA3051Z.Z99 B51 1986
Lists the canonical Greek authors, their works, and gives reliable editions for each.

Loeb Classical Library
A series of books providing ancient authors in English translation. The best way to search for a work in this series is to search PacifiCat for the author's name and the keyword 'Loeb'.


Background Information

Encyclopedias and dictionaries can help give you an overview of a topic, and lead you to further research.  Here are some trusted resources for finding background information on a variety of topics:

Online Resources:

Oxford Classical Dictionary

Credo Reference

A collection of more than 500 reference books, including Who's Who in the Roman World and Who's Who in Classical Mythology. Pacific users only. 

A collection of several hundred reference books, including World Eras (with volumes on the ancient world), Encyclopedia of Religion, and The Ancient Near East: an Encyclopedia for Students. Pacific users only. 

Print resources:  Brill's New Pauly: Encyclopaedia of the Ancient World: Classical Tradition

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